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Is there a way to always have the priority of a process upped when it starts on a windows server 2008?
Why is priority queuing not recommended for anything other than VoIP?
Why is it that on a VoIP enabled WAN with proper priority Queuing in place, that VoIP traffic is still dropped when the WAN pipe is totally utilized (i.e. during backups) even though the VoIP traffic does not exceed the priority queue size? Router cpu utilization is around 10 to 15%.